FOOD AND HOTELS
Minor International Plc (MINT), a SET-listed hotel and food service operator, expects to achieve its 10-15% profit growth target this year after it posted a 25% year-on-year net profit increase for the first half.
The company's business outlook for the second half remains solid, as the domestic slowdown has only had a minor effect on the company's financial performance, said Chaiyapat Paitoon, vice-president of strategic planning.
He said the local political scene would not turn violent and the company's hotel locations are well diversified to cushion against any unexpected incidents.
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